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Ford To Build CNG Capable Pickups; Does Anyone Care?

Petroleum is the most common fuel for Americans—except for being roped into an incestial relationship with ethanol—we want our petroleum or something that delivers what we need to power our gasoline –ass lifestyles. But what if we take alook at Compressed Natural Gas or what  it’s affectionately known as CNG? Ford used to offer CNG many years ago and stopped production back in 2003 due to lack of interest from everyone but the utility companies with large fleets and cheap CNG at their disposal, but that has come back full circle.

It has come full circle because it Looks like FORD is teaming with a Canadian company to offer a high-performance, bi-fuel for their pickups which will make use of cheaper CNG in the F-250 and F-350 Super Duty pickups starting next year.

Ford must be listening to CNG proponents who hope to convert all light and heavy trucks to run on the cheaper, cleaner, and less import-reliant fuel, Ford’s move could be a crucial first step. The Transit Connect Taxi with CNG is enabling the cities to move forward on their plans
The Dodge Ram is already has the CNG capability in the Ram 2500 Hemi according to the company specifications if you outfit it that way.

Will GM follow suit and deliver a CNG ready truck? They used to offer the package many years ago, but the only interested parties were the utility companies that could get cheap CNG. Will anyone else buy it?

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  2. Bailey (Reply) on Friday 30, 2011

    This article makes a good point its good that ford wants to convert there light and heavy trucks to run on cheaper and cleaner reliant fuel. But will the trucks still hold up to there standard and perform as good as they do now?